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on the roof. someone's searching me smoothie shots. is this real life? >> san francisco twitter was thinking about leaving. so san francisco gave them this deal that might be worth up to $22 million. and so they stayed. and they built this new building, and they moved in on the rooftop. san francisco has been having its park budget cut. so san francisco citizens are seeing their parks get worse. and so here was a twitter employee in the park on their rooftop saying i'm drinking smoothie shots. is this real life? >> can i ask you, have you -- has this gotten worse in the past couple years? because one of the things we've seen, of course, in the economy is companies are trying to extract every drop of revenue from any kind of nonsales-driven source they can because sales demand isn't there anymore. that's why they're extracting from profits, cost conducting, productivity. has this been enhanced in the past two, three years as companies increasingly look for other ways to, you know, goose their balance sheets? >> there certainly is sort of a desperation when you talk to -- i talked to all kinds
down on 20s north bay valleys, close east bay valley, 33 redwood city, 40 san francisco, 35 san jose scattered frost truth the area temperatures calm now for the most part it feels like that low to mid ♪ it's the end of the world as we know it ♪ ♪ it's the end >>> did r.e.m. know what they were talking about so many years ago? we may be two days away from the mayan prophecy saying that the world's going to end. some people do whatever they can to survive. it's called doomsday prepping. the bunker that people go to. i don't get it. if the world's ending, what is that bunker going to do for you? >> survive in your bunker? >> we're going to find out. >> whatever it takes to give you that comfort when you're going to bed tonight. >>> also coming up this morning, we're going to have more on that stunning verdict. we've been following this trial for weeks here on "gma." it shocked a community. we're going to go inside the community in the case of the valedictorian student who was accused of killing his mother. many in the town thought he would not be found guilty. we're going to get
: it was founded to promote liberty and economic freedom, starting in san francisco, and then move into washington, d.c. milton friedman admitted the kindle institute has never sold out. we still work for liberty and freedom. i've been working with the cato institute since 1995 and full time since 2007. host: mary, fort washington, maryland. democrat. caller: i would suggest thinking that if you follow all of the problems come at the end of the trail you will find the smiling grin of greed. that is what i think caused it. for myself, naca program helped us, taking us out of the ugly arm. my mortgage is $964 a month, which will allow us to stay in our home comfortably. guest: people blame things like a financial crisis on greed, but greed is not changing. it has been with us for hundreds of thousands of years. people are greedy naturally. if we design institutions assuming people are altruistic, we will get hurt. we have to assume they are greedy, and if there altruistic, we will only benefit from that. we assume that people want to live in their own home, and give people a choice, buying or rentin
; particularly, in san francisco, where we saw a one big rig blown over. that was taking up the richmond-san rafael bridge. one person dead in a three-car pileup. we understand it was a combination of both the rain and the wind there. flights delayed at the airport. high winds of 50 miles per hour. the concern is the river napa. no idea of the scale of the flooding. truckee river will get a surge, possibly four feet above the flood level. st. helena we will see there a surge of up to 27 feet. a lot of damage in the area like floods in 2005 in napa1. howe homes were affected. so people have been bracing for that. at the moment, 11,000 homes without power. that could get worse. it depends how bad the floodwaters get. we know as the day continues. back to you. >> jamie: keep us posted. thank you so much. >> eric: israel responding to the successful bid and are withholding $100 million in tax revenue from the palestinians who it turns out haven't paid the electric bill. they owe the power company over $200 million. hoy will it impact the peace process? david lee miller with the latest. hi david
boston. san francisco 49ers and my uncle is a cardinal says fan. for that reason? >> the san diego aztecs play arizona. we don't have those interests. i had a great christmas with my family and got my aunt's lasagna which was fantastic. it was good to see everybody. that's what i did. >> i like that hoodie sweatshirt with the no shirt underneath. i think you can pull that off. it's a good family look. i like that. >> there you go. >> we did whole thing with ella and she is 4 and she's into santa. we left the cookies and santa ate almost all of them. we left oats for the rain door and all that stuff. we had a near glitch. she got this wind up music box and it didn't work. later in the day my mom said don't worry. we can return it. ella goes return it to who? how are you going to call santa? she is sort of a natural skeptic. grandma was quick on her feet and said don't worry, i have a special line for the elves. sometimes even the elves make a mistake. they will send another one and it will be fine. she was like okay, sure. whatever grandma. lovely christmas. i am supposed to be eating for
in san francisco and thank you to dan dicker here at the table in nerdland and the rest are back for more. >>> up next, the similarities are undeniable. an african-american teen shot dead. an older white man arrested. again, it happened in florida. is there no presumption of innocence for young black men. my letter is next. this holiday, share everything. share "not even close." share "you owe me..." share "just right." the share everything plan. shareable data across 10 devices with unlimited talk and text. get a droid incredible 4g lte by htc for $49.99. in that time there've been some good days. and some difficult ones. but, through it all, we've persevered, supporting some of the biggest ideas in modern history. so why should our anniversary matter to you? because for 200 years, we've been helping ideas move from ambition to achievement. and the next great idea could be yours. ♪ >>> the police acted the very next day. a man was arrested, charged and is in custody, being held without bond. this, the alleged shooting of jordan davis by michael david dunn is not that, the shooting of g
east. even tomorrow in san francisco, we'll see some sunshine before another round of heavy rain moves in tuesday night into wednesday morning. here's the setup. it hasn't changed. the area of low pressure is steering the storms on shore. you can see that second storm on the left side of your screen is the one that's going to move in for tuesday night. but the heavy rain is over sacramento and san francisco. but it's push iing eastward. we're also going to see that second round of rain bring four or five inches of rain. so something to keep in mind for monday night and tuesday. then as we go into the rest of this afternoon, the hours across the great lakes will push eastward. the fog now is being replaced by shower activity. we're going to see some very warm temperatures. we could see records in phoenix, tallahassee, milwaukee and even washington, d.c. will be close to breaking a record high. a lot going on across the country. it's rather bizarre. >> thank you very much. >>> new today tom cole is responding to criticism from members of his own party. the politician suggested the gop sh
. >>> good morning i'm eric thomas. san francisco city hall could be filled with nude people again today when the board of supervisors is expected to give final approval on a ban. nudists stripped down two weeks ago when the board voted to give approval on the ban. >>> scattered light rain in the same area. northwest corner of sonoma county near annapolis from sea ranch to fort ross, jenner and bodega bay. the rain will stay here during the daylight hours most of us will get it tonight through tomorrow morning. >>> bay bridge toll sluggish upper deck into san francisco highway 1, one-way traffic control to roadwork. expect delays in the pacifica area. >>> the news continues ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >>> he's not only coming to town. he's coming to times square right now. let's see santa claus in times square. amid all those bubbles. there he is. coming in on the rickshaw, right there. good morning, santa. >> oh. good to see you. >> you know why he's here? he's here to start "gma" rocks the holidays, right here. >> always. >> yeah. >> what's that? >> there's a gazillion bubbles. it's really
want to grab a jacket. 37 degrees in santa rosa. 41 in concord and 46 degrees in san francisco. this afternoon mostly sunny skies everywhere. temperatures in the 50 supervise 60s next couple of days including the all important weekend looking good through sunday and monday, slight chance of showers next wednesday. >>> good morning to you. it's 8:00. welcome back to "cbs this morning." japan is shaken by a powerful earthquake, and the threat of another tsunami. >>> and justin bieber's friends say hey, he was robbed by grammer voters because he did not get one nomination. we'll show you what they're doing about that. >>> but first, here's a look at today's "eye opener at 8." >> this latest quake of another reminder of how terribly vulnerable japan is to an assortment of natural disasters. >> major earthquake setting off tsunami warnings in that same area hit so hard back in march 2001. >>> 146,000 new jobs created in november. the unemployment rate dipped from 7.9% to 7.7%. >> president obama and speaker boehner have decided they are going to sit down and try and negotiate this o
with his son, dylan, from san francisco. how are you guys doing this morning, and lester -- >> we're fantastic. >> you look different than the video. >> things have changed some. yes. >> hey, hey, everybody. >> hey, dylan, we're having trouble fitting your hair in this tv box. scooch a little closer to your dad so i get the full effect. >> here we go. >> it looks great. i want to see all of it. lester, your story is not uncommon. you're in the '60s, rock 'n' roll scene, a great hit, ir'moving along and suddenly you look at the paperwork with the record companies et cetera and you're getting the short end of the stick, right, isn't that how this all started? >> yeah, very much too short, stick got too short so i started to look around and see what was wrong. >> and what was wrong? >> well, what was rock, there were no reports, there were no statements, nobody saying you did this. they were just doing as they wanted to, as they willed. >> before the internet really it was so hard to try to get information from them because we're cold calling people who want to laugh at you and hang
delays in san francisco. i will come back next hour and tell you it will have some big travel impacts tuesday, wednesday, thursday as a big storm moves across the country. doug? >> rick, thank you very much. >>> everybody deserves a place to call home, especially during the holidays. there is one organization going all out at all times of year to find just that for animals. we will talk to the washington humane society coming up. don't go away. who is responsible for the country being perched at the edge of the fiscal cliff? there is a lot of finger-pointing going on these days. one of chris wallace's guests places it squarely on the white house. that story coming up next. >>> we are now nine days away from the fiscal cliff. what happens to you if there is no deal? well, your taxes are going to go up, no doubt about that. the tax policy center says households with an annual income of $20,000 to $30,000 can expect to pay $1,064 more in taxes. the average tax increase for someone making between $50,000 and $75,000 a year is $2,399 and for those making diss 100,000 to $200,000 a tax incr
's gregg jarrett. you have a big warehouse in burlingame, south of san francisco. you had a bunch of people that examine all of these electronic devices and figure out which ones can actually be rehabbed and resold? >> that's right. the best way to recycling is reuse and refurbish. we reclaim about 21% of the recycling items from business and consumer and we try to test it and refurbish to see it can be used as a complete unit or as part. but we only limit it to here in the u.s. >> gregg: what inspired you to do this? >> actually after starting several software companies, i was watching a pbs program by bill moyer in 2004 and i was shocked to realize that 80% of electronics are illegally dumped in the developing country. and so i spent a couple years traveling around the world, looking at the different system, talking to officials and european union, in the u.s., as well as look at some of the facilities and i found this is after afterthought. that's why i started greenadvise. >> arthel: which is a great idea. what is it that you do to get rid of the dangerous elements of these products tha
the victims. >> storm watch in most of the san francisco bay area throughout the weekend. heavy rain and wind, flooding roads and knocking out power lines. it is believed it is blamed for at least one traffic death. a utility worker was killed after crashing his truck into a traffic signal pole. i'm marianne rafferty, now back to "on the record." you are watching the most powerful name in news, fox newschannel. log on to foxnews.com. >> the president: it is not acceptable to me and i don't think it is acceptable to you for a handful of republicans in congress to hold middle class tax cuts hostage because they don't tax rates on upper income folks to go up. >> there's a stalemate the white house spent three weeks trying to develop a proposal and they send one up here that calls for 1.6 trillion in new tax. calls for a little -- not even 400 billion dollars in cuts. and they want to have this extra spending that is actually greater than the amount they are willing to cut. i mean it is -- it was not a serious proposal. >> greta: stalemate own one month before we dive head first over that fiscal
in the dark. in san francisco, officials say the rain overwhelmed the sewer lines and they had to release 80 million gallons of partly treated sewage into the bay. and now, this is rough out this. >> the last five days they have gotten in some cases close to 2' of rain. a lot of the areas in the mountains and the moisture is squeezed up across the mountains so close to 2' in a few areas. this is the mountains of northern and central california and they could see an additional 1" to 4" of the next round and cold temperatures in the east. but here is the next storm system, portions of oregon, northern california, and washington, you will, again, get an additional 1", 3" or 4" of rain and 1' to 2' of snow in was -- the cascades. >>shepard: we went to bed here in december and woke up in june. what the hell is going on in the northeast? >>guest: a cold prompt and ahead of that front very warm, humid air. my husband was putting the christmas decorations up in a short sleeved t-shirt, 60 right now in new york, and 71 in raleigh, 10- to 20-even 30 degrees above where we should be and record highs in
they only look at likely terrorism things. more information is needed. in san francisco and the other cities, some of the public bus systems put microphone in the seat to do surveillance. imagine if you heard this conversation. there is greg, bob, eric, imagine you were on a public bus and hear what they were talking about. >> that is funny. >> greg: i have never been on a public bus. the only talk you hear on a bus is a guy having a conversation with himself. he's normally not wearing pants. but enough about bill hemmer. >> andrea: bill doesn't ride the bus. >> bob: i talk to a number of liberal since the story broke. they are all furious about it. this is not the liberals behind this. they are outraged. >> dana: the way they deal with the orders and the rule making they put them up on a website. as if it's our responsibility to go to the website and check out the rules. where is the press? six months later she wrote this. ninths later. where are the -- >> eric: i'm okay with it. i'm fine with putting surveillance on buses. >> greg: what? >> eric: listen, i'm all for putting surveillance on
if it ends up at $500,000 $600,000, that is not where it should be in your view. >> if you live in san francisco or new york city, it might seem like $250,000 or $300,000 is not very much but listen, in terms of the nation as a whole the median wage is around $50,000. the median family income is close to $58,000. i mean anybody earning over $250,000 is very wealthy in terms of the country as a whole. if you push it up to $400,000, those people between $250,000 and $400,000 are not going to have any tax increase at all. if you push it up above $400,000 toward the $1 million mark, speaker boehner is putting out there, you know, you're going to have a very relatively small tax increase in terms of the number of people affected, very little revenues will be raised relative to what otherwise could be raised. >> eliot: in return for this threshold that's too high, as you just stated, the president is putting social security and medicare on the table. let's begin with social security which we have said over and over. it is simply unre
more heavy rain around san francisco and more heavy snow along the mountain passes, many people might be driving along as they head home for the holidays or head out to visit families. otherwise, current temperatures, much colder behind the storm across the midwest and the northeast, 37 right now, new york city and finally feeling like the month of december, 31 in cleveland and, 20s, rapid city and minneapolis and texas enjoying temperatures in the 60s and 50s, now across portions of california, heading into monday, christmas eve, around the corner, we are expecting more unsettled weather to return across the east, stretching across portions of the northeast into parts of the southeast and ohio valley, tennessee valley, you're included and that activity will begin already as we head into tomorrow, sunday, some of with you ill be looking at the rainfall. temperatures will be cooling off in the northeast and rain will be snow. westbound, rick i want to point out we'll have a storm out west christmas eve and christmas day could be producing snow in places like amarillo and oklahoma, part
: it happened to my husband's house in san francisco. they know you have weapons and they try to get them. >> greg: some people own guns because they're underthreat; therefore, you are publishing the address of somebody who might be under threat. >> eric: the only people upset with this are people who don't own youngs. i have a browning over/under, if you want to know what the business end of it looks like, come through the house. it won't matter if i'm the "new york post" or "new york daily news" or not. people who own guns, publish it. that is the point. this is a safety factor. this house protected by smith and wesen, you mean business. >> kimberly: i have a bumper sticker. >> greg: this reminded me in allentown where you once lived people would put alarm signs on their houses when they didn't have an alarm that used to tick me off because i pay for the alarm. >> andrea: i had a fake car alarm for the car, i couldn't afford the alarm, so i was one of those people. you are a former magazine editor. this is hardly irresponsible. there is a way to do the story like there always is, they c
billion or part of the water front former military base in san francisco. both cases, politicians said no. they want to make sure they are taken care of. sometimes it gets in way of what is best for the nation. >> federal government is america biggest landlord. selling 20% of the empty or underperforming buildings would save $2 billion. you go through and clear it out. it's a matter of scale. defense refused to sell valuable public land adjacent to fast-growing city. without charging royalties like we do for oil and natural gas. selling amtrak could net $60 billion. the tennessee authority and the power would bring in more. commission could oversee the sale to overcome partisan opposition. >> the commission could look at all the federal assets. decide which were the most valuable. which could be sold with the least loss to common good. >> the federal government owns 28% of the land in the u.s.. $500 billion in mineral right. the tax foundation calls selling unused asset and empty buildings one of the least worst options of raising cash. experts admit yard sale are not words you often hear
people like dianne feinstein, who herself was a concealed carry holder when she was in san francisco and the likes of chuck schumer and jay rockefeller who owned an ar15 and michael moore and so many of these elites. now we have the demonization of people who suggest that maybe it should be local school districts and communities that take matters into their own hands. i pointed to a great example here in my own home state of colorado. in west cliff colorado where a local city councilman wrote me and told me about a sheriff's jut reach program to citizen volunteers who have been protecting their local school district for ten years now, getting training and working jointly with the sheriff's departments. i think that andrew cuomo maybe ought to talk to his brother, chris cuomo, who himself a member of that liberal democratic family has also endorsed the idea of armed guards in school districts. there are so many other things that do not infringe upon liberty or the second amendment that could go much further along towards preventing the next mass tragedy than what they are proposing no
problems but those are clearing up and early this morning. san francisco, had rain delays. and we will be in a much, much situation. more than 1600 flights were cancelled throughout the country. so far, nearly 1 in 4 americans will travel over the next few days. that is up from last year and here in atlant -- in atlanta, p are thankful, it depends on what part of the country you are in, you should check ahead with the airline, they are experiencing wind delays right now. >> voting has just ended in egypt, people went to the polls today in a second round of voting on a controversial islamic backed constitution. let's get more. >> reporter: good evening, richard, polls are closed here in egypt in the second and final round of a controversial constitution that has polarized. before it closed egypt's vice president announced that he is resigning. it's the latest indication that the country is really facing all kind of political turmoil. now, it's important to stress that the vice president said he did not resign as a result of any political discontent among the leadership of the count
of the air traffic and san francisco this morning. a lot of people that were paying attention to the weather reports said nearly one in four americans will travel in the next few days and they'll be taking advantage of the longer break with christmas and new year's both falling on a tuesday this year. back here in atlanta, travelers here are thankful that it is not quite so hectic especially after a very busy couple of days, thursday and friday more than 1600 cancellations throughout the country there. richard? >> on the map, we see that dulles no longer has delays and that's good for folks in d.c. thank you so much, gabe gutierrez at the country's busiest airport. we'll be checking back with you later to see how things are progressing. >>>'s r reaction is pouring in the schools need better protection with armed guards. here's wayne lapierre. >> i call on congress today to act immediately to appropriate whatever is necessary to put armed police officers in every single school in this nation and to do it now to make sure that blanket safety is in place when our kids return to school in januar
coast yesterday, delayed some flights in san francisco, now moving east, and has the potential to bring snowe into oklahoma tomorrow and possibly severe weather tuesday, christmas day into wednesday before heading to the northeast. drivers will have to pay attention to that. but right now airports around the country doing just fine. no major issues. back to you, richard, gabe, thank you. >>> here's a look at some of the other stories. this just into msnbc. nelson mandela will remain in the hospital for christmas. doctors say they continues to respond to treatment. >>> in honolulu, a good-bye to senator inouye. the president and first lady joined families and many members. he died at age 88 after serves in the senate for five decades. >>> mike crapo was arrested early monday. he failed sobriety tests after running a red light. he says he's deeply sorry. >>> police report several people shot after a bar shooting outside seattle. it happened at the munch bar, hosting a seahawks after party. reality star aubrey o'day tweeted this, quote, seriously? people just got shot in front of me. we hi
will continue to see wind and showers from seattle down through san francisco. that's a look at the national weather. we'll get a look at your local forecast after this. >>> if you're not awe fan of cold get out today because today is conditional. we'll see highs in the low to mid 40s with increasing clouds by noontime today. 41. 44 the high and then cooling quickly after 7:00 today as we drop into the 30s. snow starts around 2:00 or 3:00 a.m. and continues until 2:00 or 3:00 p.m. tomorrow and so the storm is in and out with one to two everyones add snow changes to rain and areas of dk off to the south and east, two to three inches of snow expected up to the north. d that's a look at yo weather. d that's a look at yo willie, over to you. >> maria, thanks a lot. later this morning, we're going to take a look back at how we covered the biggest stories of the year. obviously, the tragic school shooting in connecticut is fresh on everybody's minds. what were your biggest stories of the year? >> it feels so obvious, but i think the presidential election has to be on the list. something that we a
mean this in a technical way. san francisco-oakland area, there was a -- gun buy back. several different events. gun buy back events. they were planned before what happened here in newtown. but there were much larger crowds turning out than they had expected. you can see some of the evidence of what had been brought in. people were given $200 to bring in their zbns just hand them over to the authorities. ing the local reports say about 600 guns were turned in over the course of things event. some people saying to the authorities that they just needed to have those guns out of their homes. the president is calling for, quote, meaningful action on guns. many democrats are calling for strict new gun control laws. of course the assault weapons ban expired in 2004. there is some talk that maybe, maybe bringing that back would be a foot. the effect of what you saw in is an plan and oakland was different elsewhere. for instance, like arizona. some of the gun buyers in arizona became very afraid actually that this new national conversation, particularly my -- what happened this beautif
there was something special. it's all about you all. are you all excited? yay! >> reporter: san francisco's nfl star vernon davis was back in his hometown after playing late sunday night near boston, he was passing out gives. the dunbar and maryland graduate said it was important for him to be there. >> reporter: you drove eight hours? >> we left at 2:00 a.m. it was important when i came back here. i remember when i was a kid, i always wanted that hero to show up. >> reporter: school business manager charles robertson has been here since 1993. >> vernon was very mature and very responsible. when he was at fifth and sixth grate. >> reporter: davis to youered over the children, many of the same age as those in sandy hook element tear school. >> very touching. it shows how much we to pay attention and love the kids especially right now. >> the aspirin wall was gl-- aspirin wall was glad to have the diversion. >> i hope the parents turned over the tvs over the weekend so the children had as little -- >>> two marked cars were stolen in two days. they look like this one. the latest was taken from the 1500
. back to you. >> angie, thank you. he's no santa claus but a man in san francisco had to be rescued after he got stuck in a chimney. it happened early monday morning. he was stuck in the chimney of his apartment building which is seven stories high. firefighters had to break some of the chimney bricks to free him. it took about an hour. so far, not clear exactly why he was in the chimney but there's a report that he may have been trying o hide there. >>> looks like this scary scene outside a california mall may have been a stress reliever. police arrested marcos gurrola after he fired 50 rounds in a mall parking lot over the weekend. gurrola said he did it because he was depressed about his grandmother's death and he was kicked out of his family's home. he didn't want to shoot mib and he fires guns just to relieve stress. >>> there's word that the satellite launched by north korea last week is most likely dead. north korean state media counted the launch as successful last week. astronomers say it appears to be tumbling in orbit. the satellite is reported to be carrying cameras. it
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we went in san francisco in the city to a micro development housing unit. these are apartments being built that are about 250 square feet. >> bill: not studio apartments. families are living in them? dan: it's for one person, maybe two, not really for a family but, you know, in san francisco very high-rent. if you could cut your apartment in the rent to cut your rent and a half, it's not for everybody but i think a lot of people would do it. >> bill: right. how about the -- you and i talked before you left, did you get a chances to along at the high-speed rail project? dan: i talked to some california policy experts about high-speed rail and where the station are going to go and what exactly needs to happen to put in the core dors. it was interesting thinking about that farm land connecting sacramento down to l.a. would happen. there are proposed routes to las vegas. we are stalking at least five years off from seeing those corridors, but a lot of people are very much for it and you have a lot of farmers that are very against it. it's a controversi
. john in san francisco requested it. steph, you and bucky believer were as chris would say totally adorbs together. it doesn't seem fair to hoard your beaver at home. >> stephanie: i will be sharing my christmas beaver. >> you're showing off your beaver quite well. >> stephanie: it is a nice one. what? >> nice beaver. >> stephanie: thank you. >> thank you. >> i just had it stuffed. >> stephanie: he listens to me more than jim does. [ laughter ] >> true. >> stephanie: now we segue into the serious discussion of marriage equality. have fun storming the supreme court. >> we have serious problems to solve. we need serious people to solve it. >> stephanie: good morning rob reiner. >> hey, stephanie miller, how are you? >> i'm hoping we're going to have fun storming the supreme court. >> hopefully we will. i think the outcome is going to be good for us. this is what we've been working toward. so i'm glad we're there. looks like march 27th is going to be our date. we should know by june what the suprem
here for over eight decades and the community and our county and san francisco bay area loves ush washington, d.c. >> gretchen: so the interior department wants to shut you down. why? >> well, actually a small handful of folks who are really wilderness activists who care deeply about getting people off the land, i think is the best we can tell, want to give up something to create a humanless landscape and it's a little strange because national sea shore was created as a work landscape. the oyster farm is completely surrounded by working ranches and so to remove the oyster farm from the middle of the historic ranching lands is odd. >> gretchen: aren't the oysters part of the landscape? >> well, they have been for a very long time. as a matter of fact, the national academy of sciences says that drake's, where the oysters live, is probably healthier with the oyster farm because of the eco system services. it's the reason that we see oysters being planted in the chesapeake and san francisco bay. >> gretchen: right. >> and now we have an interior department who wants to remove them. >>
be san francisco. bus there were rain delays there earlier today. but -- traffic slowing down a few of the other airports. according to flight aware.com so far only about 70 nights cancelled in the u.s. so far today. that's a big difference from thursday and provide when that storm blew through the plains and midwest and the northeast. forcing the cancellation of more than 6000 pilots. in places like chicago, detroit, and new york. some of the 84 million drivers were traveling this holiday season also faced treacherous roads, snow and ice may continue to be problem today in the northeast. places like upstate new york and pennsylvania and west virginia. there's good news for drivers. take a look at this. right now the national for a gallon of regular unleaded is $3.24. that's much less than a month ago when the average was about $3.43. but it is about the same as a year ago. tens of millions of americans travel over the next few days, the travel conditions seem to be improving at least when compared to earlier in the week. alex? >> all right. appreciate that live report. we are going
here out of san francisco where a tree, big tree fell on a car here with the rain. it's not just been the rain but we have seen very windy conditions with some of these storms. and even into san francisco headed into the higher elevation. we see winds gusting over 100 miles per hour. big problems there back to your first alert forecast for the day today. into the northeast. that white where you see the snow. don't worry about that that's very very light. could cause a little bit of a dusting. may be on some brings and overpasses. be a little bit careful as you are driving today. not going to be any big problems. down to the southeast, the nice conditions continue, a ton of sunshine. very comfortable temperatures. we need rain here. unfortunately it doesn't look like we are going to get any significant rainy time soon. but, try to enjoy the nice temperatures. into the northern plains, also i will tell you we are talking about temps well above average all across the eastern two thirds of the country. that's going to be the case here into the northern plains. out across the west today a
to the san francisco start-up when we talk to the co founder and ceo. >>> but first up, november auto sales jumping for both ford and chrysler. if we go over the cliff, though, our next guest says we'll see new car sales plunge 20 to 40%. bob lutz is the former vice chairman of gm, as well as former president of chrysler. he's also a cnbc contributor. bob, good morning. good to have you. >> good morning. good to be here. >> let's just walk through what you thought of the sales figures from this morning. >> well, i think everybody was expecting a weak november, and informed, it turned out pretty well, despite the disruption caused by hurricane sandy and a shortage of availability and so forth. i think gm was better than they themselves expected. but -- and actually up year over year in if all the brands. but gm had a weak month in pickup trucks. they have too much 2013 inventory and not enough discounted '12 models. but that will settle out. >> ford, i'm sure you've already taken a look at it, not only f series up 18%, that raised some eyebrows at this desk and raising production 11% for q1.
to the caller. john in san francisco says steph, less than a week after your favorite poor, underprivileged ceo of goldman sachs made his "we can't afford that" remark, he just bought a $32.5 million home on long island. in the hamptons. >> we can't afford that. [ applause ] >> stephanie: we can actually, we can because that was some of our money. taxpayer money that he got. the bailout. >> great. >> stephanie: neat. vance in elgin illinois. on your show, i heard you saying about how the 98 pest of us with incomes below $250,000 would be getting a tax cut. that's incorrect. it would apply to the first $250,000, even with people above $250,000. he is correct. i'm sorry if i misspoke. that happens so rarely. [ applause ] but you're correct. >> i think that was in the declaration of independence. >> stephanie: right. i said -- the magna carte. carol in illinois. you're on the "the stephanie miller show." hi carol. >> caller: hi. mitt romney's way of talking is so warren jeffs. >> warren jeffs? >>
. even stretching as far south as san francisco. we do have a lot of rain out there that way. we are looking for another 3 to 5, even isolated 6, 7, inch reports on top of what has already fallen. this is mostly a rain event, as well. although we are picking up some mountain snow, it's more or less the rain that has been the biggest issue, along with those gusty winds. elsewhere we aren't really looking at a whole lot going on across the eastern half of the country. few light snow showers possible across new england later on tonight. just making the roads a little slippery. not a whole lot of accumulation. we are also in addition to all that's going on going to see record-breaking high temperatures down across texas, with highs today topping out in the 80s for the first day of meteorological winter. so we are going to see well above average temperatures down south. alex? >> okay, dylan dreyer, thank you so much. >>> falling over the fiscal cliff. the dramatic impact it would have on one life-saving organization. >>> also the new twist in the twinkie saga. how hostess could get a
. in san francisco bay area, rapid transit lost power, trains were shut down for some time. in sacramento, we had downed trees, which knocked out power to part of that region, but still the sacramento marathon continued, so many folks here are still trying to go about their day. there are some businesses that have been shut down because of localized flooding and roads that remained closed today, but for the most part, the biggest concern is this river and this community seems to have dodged a bullet, craig. >> if there is a weather event on the west coast, miguel is there. always good to see you, thank you. >> you too, buddy. >>> time for a healthy serving of trail mix. congress before the big fiscal cliff fight. it's time for the house freshmen to choose their offices. on friday, the reps picked their office number from the congressional office lottery, where they were apparently encouraged to do some sort of superstitious dance to help pick the best number, and they did not disappoint. that's a cartwheel, that's a congressman's aide, another aide apparently played journey's "don't stop
in the nfl yesterday was the san francisco 49ers who have a new starting quarterback, colin kaepernick, who was given the starting job because alex smith was out for a week with a concussion, and now a lot of people are saying, wow, alex smith losing his job is an incentive for players not to report when they get head injuries. we know how conclusively they're he linked. i do have to say one thing, though. you're absolutely right, tamron, that people have different ways of dealing with things and perhaps being on the field. had a healing effect on the players themselves. i think the nfl as the largest sports force and cultural force in this country has a broader responsibility to say some things are more important than football. >> dave, it's always great to have you on. i want to report to our audience the associated press says police hope to deliver an investigation report to prosecutors tuesday detailing what caused kansas city chiefs linebacker javon belcher to kill his girlfriend and himself. we could have an update on the incident which, of course, is absolutely devastating and unthin
in this recovery. when you look at pockets like, you know, san francisco, manhattan, miami, the really high-end markets, those are again being fueled by a lot of all-cash foreign buyers. you're going to continue to see that money come in. if it does come down a bit because of the fiscal cliff, that's small pockets. overall, in general in the country, we are seeing a firm price recovery. >> but the big issue there is, if we eliminate the mortgage tax deduction for people under $1 million, we could really get hurt. >> that's a great point. this is why everything is tied to this fiscal cliff. >> exactly. >> you take out the mortgage deduction, and the traction we saw on the housing market reverses course. >> totally. i don't see how we can give $8,000 credits one year and the next year we take away the mortgage tax detux. a little consistency would be nice. >> are high-end home prices, do you think, are they ever going to go back to where we were when we saw them at the peak? >> for the highest end of the market, yes. i think they'll go even above the peak. >> why do you believe that? >> becau
feinstein yesterday, author a woman who came to office as mayor of san francisco after another gun tragedy and the murder of supervisor dan white and mayor george moskone. dianne feinstein knows about this more than anyone, personally authored the ban legislation and she has been working on this legislation over a year and she is going to put it in as soon as she can. >> i am going to introduce in the senate and same bill will be introduces in the house, a bill to ban assault weapons. it will ban the sale, the transfer, the importation and the possession not ret proactively but perspectively and it will ban the same for the big clip drums or strips of more than 10 bullets. >> bill: all of those so-called weapons of war. they are weapons of war which have no business in the hands of civilians in this country. we will talk to congressman chris van hollen and igor valski from think progress in studio as well as one of the leaders from the brady campaign which has done so much since the attempted assassination of the reagan to keep this in front of the americ
'll be in san francisco at the punch line over new year's weekend. you can go to itunes and look up the smartest men in the world. it is greatest christmas gift of all. two next week. one on monday and a special christmas one on tuesday. >> john: terrific podcast. thank you for your service greg proops. you're seriously one of my favorite comics. thank you for making politics funny for the rest of us. and happy holidays. up next, before "the war room" says good-bye until 2013, brett ehrlich has to go and get one last word in. >> coming up, this is the way the world ends. not with a bang. unless you're david petraeus. don't go away. >> my name is hunter landers i'm president/founder of big fish wines, we're a boutique california winery, we source our grapes from vineyards all across the state, then make the wine in small vats. i got into the wine making business primarily to just learn how to make wine. just a hobby. i really enjoy sharing it with friends and family and decided to turn it into a business. i've done some financing and ba
precludes me from having popularity at any point. i'll be in san francisco at the punch line over new year's weekend. you can go to itunes and look up the smartest men in the world. it is greatest christmas gift of all. two next week. one on monday and a special christmas one on tuesday. >> john: terrific podcast. thank you for your service greg proops. you're seriously one of my favorite comics. thank you for making politics funny for the rest of us. and happy holidays. up next, before "the war room" says good-bye until 2013, brett ehrlich has to go and get one last word in. >> coming up, this is the way the world ends. not with a bang. unless you're davididididididididididididididididididididididididididididididid [ singing christmas carols in background ] aunt sally's singing again. it's a tradition honey. [ singing christmas carols ] mmmm. [ female announcer ] make new traditions with pillsbury grands! cinnamon rolls. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] holiday cookies are a big job. everything has to be just
this law on hold. it's before the u.s. court much appeals in san francisco where the mexican government filed an amicus brief saying the law, it's illegal to harbor illegal immigrants but only if you're committing a crime or in the process of committing a crime in addition to that. that's the only people in violation. if you're already committing a crime or having committed a crime and harboring illegal immigrants. the brief says the law, one, harms diplomatic relation with g united states and prevents the mexican government from negotiating with the united states because they can't say the u.s. government is speaking with one voice because arizona has a different law with this regard, even though it's similar to the federal statute. number 3, it adversely affects mexicans in the united states because it treats them differently in arizona. people wouldn't want to deal with mexican residents or mexican americans. >> neil: illegal. illegal mexicans in the united states. mexico is basically saying they're illegal, braking the law, but you better be able to keep them because we don't want t
for the firearms contained there in. it happened to my brother's house in san francisco. that's something that happens and they know you have certain kind of weapons, they might come in and try to hit you. >> some people own guns because they are under threat and therefore you are actually publishing the address of somebody who might be under threat. >> the only people upset with this are the people who don't own gun. i have a gun, if you want to find out what the business end of that looks like, come through my house. it won't matter if i'm in the paper or not. the paper, in fact, that's the point. letting people know you own a gun is a safety factor. putting it on the door this house protected by smith & wesson, the bad guys are going to go somewhere else. >> you know what it is, it reminded me when i was living in allentown, where you once hitched, people would put alarm signs on their houses when they really didn't have the alarm which ticked me off because i paid for my alarm. >> i had a car alarm. and i couldn't really afford it so i was one of those people. you are a former magazin
seller told the "san francisco chronicle" obama is the best gun salesman since bill clinton. every time a liberal opens his mouth and says something stupid about guns, i sell a gazillion of them. let's bring in anna navarro and elsie granderson from grand rapids, michigan. both are cnn contributeors. okay. it sounds kind of odd because the president hasn't done anything when it comes to gun control. so that's something we need to examine. it's all in our heads. what is that? gun sales soaring. is this an aun intended consequence of president obama's push for new ideas to reduce gun violence? go, anna. >> you see a spike in gun sales. people want to retain their rights. i don't think we blame the gun sales on obama. i don't think we blame it on the nra. i think we blame it on a human reaction. i think what we need to see -- >> but, anna -- >> is a comprehensive approach -- >> hang on. we don't blame it on that, but i think these gun people are being very candid when they say that. they wouldn't say it if it wasn't true. there was a gun show here in georgia this weekend. people were lined
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not reporting many delays and there's a 15-minute delay in newark and not a huge problem. san francisco reported a bigger delay today due to rain. as we look at video from other parts of the country, from st. louis and from kansas city, there's not much of a problem there. there are some long lines and for the most part travelers have gotten to where they needed to go. there are other problems, however, in the northeast and places like upstate new york, virginia and pennsylvania. snow has snarled traffic there and there is some concern that on the west coast, as well, there could be issues. for the most part, traffic is doing much better today than it did in the past two days, thursday and friday. more than 1600 cancellations throughout the country and so far today only about 75 according to flight aware.com. again, here in atlanta, it could be a whole lot worse, richard. >> they have more runways and 405 will be more difficult. gabe gutierrez at the atlanta hartsfield international airport. we'll check back in with you, thanks. >>> egyptians are going back to the polls on the constitution. the
spengler, killed himself. police have also charged a woman in connection with that ambush. >>> a san francisco high school teenager has been suspended and faces expulsion for expressing her feelings in a poem that she wrote about the newtown, connecticut shooting. the school says she violated their zero tolerance policy towards violence. >>> and nhl lockout negotiations continue to try to save the season. the lockout has been on now for more than 100 days. the league has already cancelled games through january 14th, and an offer is currently on the table for a 48-game season. >>> after passing through the house and now the senate, a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff still seems to be going nowhere. without a deal, tax hikes and massive spending cuts are in effect on january 1st. so here's what senate leader harry reid had to say earlier. >> this morning we've been trying to come up with some counteroffer to my friends' proposal. we've been unable to do that. i've had a number of conversations with the president, and at this stage we're not able to make a counteroffer. >> nbc news deputy
afford to take an extra trip this year. first boston... then san francisco. hotwire checks the competitions' rates every day so they can guarantee their low prices. so our hotels were half price. ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e... ♪ hotwire.com >>> nbc news is reporting there will not be a vote in the house of representatives, meaning the u.s. economy will go over the fiscal cliff just as we ring in 2013 at midnight. nbc's kristin welker is live at the white house. kristin, let's get to the fiscal cliff in a moment. you've got some breaking news. >> reporter: i do. we have some breaking news on secretary clinton's health. as you know, he was admitted to the hospital due to a clot. of course, she had fainted a couple weeks ago and she's been recovering ever since. i'm going to read you this statement from her doctors. they say this is a clot in the vein that is situated in the space between the brain and the skull behind the right ear. it did not result in a stroke or neurological damage. to help dissolve this clot her medical team began treating the secretary with blood thinners. she w
? >> depends where you are, obviously, but it is going up. i see the major cities, san francisco, los angeles, philadelphia, new york, rentals are getting much more expensive so you'll see people getting two bedrooms and sharing it with somebody instead of getting a one bedroom by themselves, that's a difference and still have the people living at home but the first-time buyers are still having problems. still tough to get a mortgage, and it's going to stay that way. >> and we might also lose the deduction. what are clients saying to you guys about the potential loss or cut of the mortgage interest deduction. >> that would be stupid. >> i'm sorry, go ahead. >> hasiam? >> yeah, that seems to be very unlikely given the broad nature of that tax credit for the u.s. population. but i think to your point about the rental market, what's interesting about this recovery is that you have lifestyle choices being made. people wanting to rent, wanting to be near work and urban areas versus what we've seen in the past and that reduces the speculative buying on the foresale side of the equation which i thin
change after december 31st. biz buy sell.com group general manager mike handles man joins us from san francisco. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. sandra: could you give me the idea the type of companies we're talking about here? your site lists 45,000 businesses for sale worldwide. what kind of businesses are these? >> we really refer to them as main street businesses. so the majority are made up of retail shops, restaurants, service businesses, smaller manufacturing businesses. most are selling for underra million dollars. sandra: sorry, go ahead. david: who is buying, mike? >> people that are buying are largely, you know, the unemployed workforce. unemployment is still relatively high, about 8%. often in our economy in past recessions when the larger companies can't pick up the slack to increase employment people turn to entrepreneurism and those are people that buy small business. >> give us an idea, small business has been part of the national conversation, a big part of it as we talk about the tax hikes approaching at the end of the year and the fiscal cliff. what
francisco, san jose, phoenix and miami for lauderdale, lee philadelphia failed to report annual gain in cumulative -- and down $6 trillion from the peak in 2006 but we will take weekend that. lori: i was amazed. melissa: when you look at the name that was not just northern california where you see -- was also l a, that was interesting. new york values went up as well. lori: markets are scattered. that is a debate over what the fines wealth in america, cost of living, property values, you can't have one single threshold the works across the board because -- lori: bringing it back to taxes. melissa: i love it. lori: and $8 billion deal, what does it mean for the future of trading? charlie gasparino will be along with exclusive details. melissa: look at how the dollar is fairing, the market up slightly and with that, currencies are weaker across the board. we will be right back. melissa: we want to take you to capitol hill, john boehner. >> the president called on the house again and again to pass a bill to protect 98% of the american people from a tax hike. today we will do better than
. luther beagle who joins us from -- today from san francisco. dr. beagle, good to talk to you again. >> hi, how you doing? >> bill: we're doing good. are you still on mars time even though you're in san francisco? >> no. i made it off mars time. didn't get divorced. was pretty happy about the whole thing. >> bill: off mars time for a couple of days huh? >> we got off mars time about four weeks ago. we're all on earth time. >> bill: why is that? >> well, it is the way -- it was killing a lot of people. it is really difficult to do. so we went down to regular day shifts so now we're working like 8:00 to 7:00 during the day. and we program the rover and we get the information back. it is a little inefficient but it makes for a much happier work environment. >> how many hours are there in a mars day? >> 24 hours and 40 minutes. >> bill: so then you have to calculate that. >> what happens is your day starts 40 minutes later and it gets weird when it gets like 2:00 in the morning. >> bill: all right now we want t
elevations, and the rain will eventually push down into san francisco and sacramento later on today. this system is actually messing up the atmosphere and creating a lot of warmth across much of the country. if you live anywhere east of the rockies, actually anywhere east of the cascades and sierras, you're feeling it. temperatures, record breaking yesterday, into the 60s and 70s across parts of the midwest. 20 and 30 degrees above average. that would be the case again today, and then a little bit of a cooldown as we go through time. but watching the rain closely across san francisco as mentioned, somewhat drier for at least california, not so much the pacific northwest. but california will be drier as we get towards the beginning of next week. zoraida? >> all right, rob marciano live in atlanta for us. >>> iran has made a bold claim this morning that it has captured an unmanned u.s. drone. iranian state television broadcast what it claims is the drone, and says the aircraft was collecting data in iranian air space. but, a u.s. defense official tells cnn that the navy has accounted
of their way to attract even more students from china. claudia cowan is live in san francisco with more on all of this. what's driving the search? >> reporter: well, jenna, you can start with china's booming economy and rich middle class. it means for the first time in china's history millions of families can afford to send their children to american colleges and universities, help them get those valuable degrees and start networking, and these families are willing to the pay full freight, often tens of thousands of dollars in tuition while their children are free to study what they want. >> we have a lot of freedom to choose classes, professors, your career path, academic path whereas in china everything is set already. >> reporter: there are now 194,000 chinese students enrolled in this cub. jenna, that is one out of every four international student. jenna: so a lot of benefits, but what about the challenges associate with the this type of, i guess you can call it aggressive recruiting? >> well, on some campuses, you're right. it's been a culture shock, and one of the biggest concerns is whe
york, laguardia, jfk. boston as well. laguardia to newark to boston. san francisco has had four-hour delays. now 3 1/2 hours and it is weather-related there, too. ft. lauderdale is having a volume issue. this is the exiting storm, this rain that is leaving. skies are drying out but temperatures will drop precipitously. this is where the travel will really get tough. rochester, buffalo, six to 12 inches of knsnow coming for the. washington, baltimore, clears out for tomorrow and sunday. although it will still be windy. there's the heavy snow in western new york. driving i-90 through the weekend is really difficult. as we head towards sunday, this is the biggest travel headache from seattle all the way down to san francisco. northern california does some very heavy rain and wind for the next couple of days. lisa? >> sounds like everyone is going to have to really be patient as they try to get home for the holidays. >> yes. >> alexandra, thanks. it's not going to be easy but we'll see, hopefully it won't be too much of a travel headache. >> patience is important. lisa, thank you. >
for clear weather. >> a big storm out west already delaying travel plans. san francisco bay area dealing with heavy rain and winds. in washington state, worst driving conditions in 30 years forced crews to shut down highway 2 in the cascade mountains. that's near stevens pass. bonnie schneider tracking the weather systems throughout the country. she joins us with the holiday forecast. delays, delays, delays, bonnie. >> this is not right now. we are anticipating the delays. the good news is, if you have a morning flight this christmas eve, i think you'll do okay. throughout the day, the delays will build across the south and even the midwest and especially out west because there's snow happening throughout the rockies and salt lake city, and you'll see that building in, especially west of denver up into the mountains. severe storms possible overnight into texas, southwest louisiana. as this front advances eastward, it's pulling down quite a bit of rain through north carolina and into tennessee. i wanted to show you this division here. we have wet christmas, and we have a white christmas.
is mentioning in all of these tragic shootings, including the law office in san francisco, they were all gone- free calzones. -- gun-free kill zones. the gun is not the common denominator, but these allow any madman or criminal with any kind of fire arm to come in and shoot as many law-abiding americans as he can. this proves not that the gun is the problem but that gun-control itself is a failure because there is no stronger form of gun control than to say no one is allowed to have a gun at all. otherhat's exactly the common denominator for all of these tragic occurrences. not one person in the mainstream media has pointed it out to their viewers because it does not sit with their anti-bond big it should -- anti-gun bigotted nature. it is being marketed shamelessly in the mainstream media. i swear these people are trying to introduce a new form of bigotry and to american culture. gun-control is the new racism. cnn in particular should be ashamed of itself for what it has done this week on trying to manipulate and inflame the prejudices against guns and gun owners. it's despicable and it's a
, but we're seeing similar delays in places like omaha, tulsa, san francisco, salt lake city also experiencing some major delays because of those weather systems out west. the national weather service issuing winter storm warnings for states like oklahoma and arkansas as well as the southeast which is bracing for severe weather as well. a lot of travelers or we spoke with this morning said they planned very early travel plans in hope os of dodging the later delays we may see later on especially as those storms continue to develop not only in the pacific northwest, but also in the southeast. but conditions are deteriorating here, we're seeing a lot of people saying that they're waiting on the tarmac for up to an hour before their flights take off. that being said, as long as they're home for christmas, a lot of them say they're very, very happy. and one thing i do want to mention, heather, is that we are expecting some serious weather after christmas, so people are already planning for those delays, and they say if you're in that area that's going to get hit, be aware, be prepared.
. delayed a bunch of flights in san francisco yesterday. now it is moving over the mountains and expected to start dumping snow in oklahoma later today into tomorrow. there is also the threat of severe weather in the southeast part of the country tomorrow. then snow possibly wednesday into ohio and thursday, snow and possibly freezing rain in northeast. definitely a lot to pay attention to for travellers over the next coming days. right new at airports, no major problems to report here in atlanta. back to you, maria. >> thank you so much, gabe. we appreciate it. >>> let's find out how this holiday season is fairing with one of the largest airlines. dave barger is here. thanks for joining us. how is the season going? take us from thanksgiving to where we are right now. how does this season compare to prior years? >> i think this season is so different because of superstorm sandy. so what we saw right after thanks giving is a snap back. we have seen solid demand as we get closer to christmas and new year's. there's no doubt on the back side of the events in late october with super storm. it
inches of rain. take a look at this. the rain falls from san francisco to portland, into seattle. portland, we have pictures coming out of this region over the last 24 hours. they're looking at a kim more inches of rainfall before it's all said and done. they had a boulder fall on the highway from florence to eugene, oregon. took a couple hours. now, this tree landed on the home. we don't have the reports of injuries or damage there. then, christine, zoraida, looks like for places like chicago, they're expecting those temperatures to drop from the 60s into the 30s. now it looks like winter is going to arrive. >> in chicago she's been enjoying the weather. >> the winter in chicago lasts so long. once it comes it's there till may. >> yes. >> thanks, karen. >>> new twists in the wheres about of john mcafee. his attorney said he will seek asylum in guatemala. he went into hiding weeks ago. that followed the murder of his next door neighbor. mcafee insists he had nothing to do with that crime. police in bilis said he is not a suspect but they would like to talk to him. >>> four tv cha
, the gentlewoman from san francisco, and the minority leader, i'm delighted that she came down to engage us on this very important issue. the gentlewoman does recognize and know that the house on august 1, in fact, did exactly what she has suggested that they, and that is to take action on what the future tax rates would be in this country. and on a bipartisan basis, 256 -171, this house of representatives said, let's understand that now is a bad time to raise taxes on the american people. and let's extend for a period of time all the tax cuts which allow america to keep working. we passed it 256-171. mr. speaker, i'd like to ask unanimous consent that i insert into the record a chart that exists on the house budget committee that shows the choice of the futures, and what future was presented, if i could -- thank you very much. this slide that i've got that's on the house budget committeele is essentially about the current pathway the president would choose as outlined in his budget that the gentlewoman, ms. pelosi, spoke of that got no votes in the united states senate. not one vote. no vo
supported. nancy pelosi from san francisco, senator charles shumer, the chief messaging man in the senate, democratics caucus, have supported that threshold. people from wealthier districts and states -- in states tend to see the middle class differently than from other areas where cost of living is lower. >> that strategy, that support, rather, part of speaker boehner's strategy knowing he has built in support from senators and others? >> i don't know if i would call it built in support but it certainly causes a controversy or a possible split among the democrats. so it is an interesting tactic, a great chess move probably. but the thing is how many republicans consider boehner get onboard. we covered the caucus meeting -- conference meeting, rather, this morning in the capitol basement and i'd say members are kind of dazed and confused about this plan. many are looking for details. hardcore conservatives immediately rejecting it. people close to leadership voicing support. they called an emergency meeting at 5:00 p.m. today, the whole conference, to discuss details and try to advance th
is only $8 a hour. the students decided it was time for a change. they learned that in san francisco the city had raised the minimum wage in 2003 and determined that san jose should do the same. they got more students involved. attended city hall meetings and met with city council members. and with the aid of their professor, scott myers lipton, the students got in touch with the south bay labor council, a group that represents 90 local unions. the labor council recommended that the students raise some money and do some polling so they did. the students raised $6,000 and hired a polling agency, which found that about 70% of people polled were in favor of increasing the city's minimum wage. then the unions got on board. they pledged $100,000. but the students didn't just hand off the fight. in order to qualify for the november ballot the campaign needed 20,000 signatures. within five weeks and with the help of the labor council the students had 36,000 signatures. and when they gathered in front of the statue on their campus, a san jose state alum and olympic legend john carlos and tom
is saying 54,000 customers without power and there was one power pole in san francisco that got smacked in two by the force of gail winds. with the weather now and all the rain has dissipated it hasn't stopped the football. we have the raiders against the cleveland browns. back to you. >> heather: thank you very much. >> gregg: as he mentioned, storm is expected to be the last of really big storms hitting the area this weekend. that does not mean folks here are out of the woods as of yet. maria molina is in the weather center. >> good to see you. we're expecting more. another storm system to arrive next week on tuesday. we have to deal with the weather going on this weekend and next week expect another one. it's been ongoing the entire this week. we've been seeing storms dumping heavy rain, heavy mountain snow and producing strong rains. we do have wind advisories across portions of california, nevada and northern portions of the rockies where we can see wind gusts between 50-70 miles an hour. those conditions are very dangerous, not just the flooding and snow but strong winds. flooding
of your shows, as you remember the first time in san francisco last year, and then again this year when i met by pen pal julie. yeah. then i heard that chris, aisha, and best of all jim ward were going to be there as well and with an uncontrollable tick i ordered up six tickets. you are like catnip to a cat. we're all looking forward to it. get ready for a good groping. also sorry about not getting back to you about the experience of preparing your mom's sauerkraut. very popular hit. [ applause ] >> stephanie: there you go. >> and you know your way around a perogi. >> stephanie: right. i was telling jacki at the top we will not have to fly transvaginal air lines because oklahoma just ruled the transvaginal probe unconstitutional. >> we're known for closely inspecting your carry ons. we're transvaginal airline. at transvaginal we know why you fly, and we'll be there for you whether you like it or not. ♪ [ laughter ] >> stephanie: will my beaver fit in the overhead do you think? >> on transvaginal? absolutely. >> stephanie: this is for the inauguration. by the way i have
it in san francisco. the defense department is keeping america safe around the world. we'll look at what might happen to the pentagon's budget if we should go over the fiscal cliff and why some folks are saying that wouldn't be so bad. [ male announcer ] when was the last time something made your jaw drop? campbell's has 24 new soups that will make it drop over, and over again. ♪ from jammin' jerk chicken, to creamy gouda bisque. see what's new from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. hi, i'm ensure clear... clear, huh? i'm not juice or fancy water. i've gotine grams of protein. that's three times more than me! [ female announcer ] ensure clear. nine grams protein. zero fat. in blueberry/pomegranate and peach. probation has been revoked. the troubled starlet into more trouble over some traffic accidents. her probation has been revoked. the likelihood is that the starlet could be headed back to the slammer -- well i think you know how i feel about lindsey and her time outside of bars, but you decide. would that be a good thing or not? we'll keep you updated. jenna: jon is obvious
. in newark, as well, san francisco, four-hour delays and fort lauderdale, as well. >> we have to leave it there. we're getting the two-minute warning and we're expecting the president to come out and formally nominate senator john kerry. we're looking at teresa hines-kerry there. she was one of the people in 2004 that created a lot of buzz and excitement during john kerry's campaign. she was one of the people that a lot of people were drawn to as well as senator john edwards that was his runningmate in 2004. she is there standing with the vice president. i want to bring in wolf blitzer. he's gone through a number of various post positions and has had quite an impact not only in massachusetts, but on the world stage. >> he certainly has. it is interesting that, of course, his wife teresa hines-kerry, is there, and the white house chief of staff. missing in this photo opportunity, though, as you well know is hillary clinton, the current secretary of state. the reason being, she is still not feeling well. she suffered a major bout of the flu. it caused serious dehydration. she fainted at
, one exception we hear there are some weather-related problems in san francisco and also following christmas, possibility of storms and returning home may not be as easy as getting to your destination before the holidays. >> gregg: i was just there at laguardia, it wasn't bad at all. the roads were crowded. what can you tell us about that? >> we talk a lot about the airports but this time of year, the most popular mode of transportation is the car. aaa says 84 million people, one in four americans will be traveling by car this holiday season. also calculated the cost of these trips, during the holiday season typical spending will be spending $759. talk briefly about the gasoline, average price for gallon now, about $3.30. gasoline prices have dropped about 50 cents since september even though they are at a record high for this time of year. aaa says the cost of gasoline is not going to be an issue. most people that want to take a holiday trip they are going to do so anyway. >> gregg: it seems like you take out a second mortgage to fill it up these days. >> heather: major fallout at
of this former waterfront military base in san francisco. in both cases politicians said no. >> congressman representing his district. a senator representing his or her state. they want to make sure they're taken care of. sometimes that may get in the way of what is best for the nays. >> reporter: the federal government is also america's biggest landlord, selling 20% of its empty or underperforming buildings would save $2 billion. >> you go through your garage. you clear it out and the government is no different. the scale, just a matter of scale. >> reporter: the feds also refuse to sell valuable public landed a adjacent to fast-growing cities and let mining companies take billions in gold and silver for free, without charging royalties like we do for oil and natural gas. selling amtrak could net 60 billion. two taxpayer-owned utility, the tennessee valley authority, and bonneville power, would bring in even more. a commission could oversee the sale to overcome partisan opposition. >> the commission could look at all of the federal assets, decides which were the most valuable which could b
a number of storms lined up across northern california and southern oregon. places like san francisco and medford, oregon. some areas, another seven or eight inches of rain over next four to five days. that means flooding concerns. this is much colder storm than we saw a couple weeks ago. so big-time snowfall accumulations up to six feet of snow across some of the higher elevations. the good news is, travelwise, the next couple of days are looking good. the next big storm that we're potentially looking at is christmas across parts of the plains. megyn: rick, thank you. merry christmas to you. >> same to you. megyn: so we heard mike tobin say o'hare was okay but the states around there have been dealing with changing conditions. we've seen lots and lots of flight cancellations past couple days. we'll check in with courtney scott, senior editor of travelocity. courtney, thanks for being here with us. what is the situation now? we heard more than a thousand flights canceled over the past couple days. >> that's right. there have been significance selllations and delays throughout the enti
accumulating as we head westbound, salt lake city, messy weather an san francisco, l.a., seattle, quieter for christmas eve, that is good news as we head into the nighttime hours and christmas day, stormy weather expected to continue across portions of the southeast and new orleans, a shot, a thunderstorm, new york city, unsettled and some of it could be coming down in the form of snow, snow showers early in the morning and westbound, amarillo, texas, looks likes a messy day. 29° and cold, clouds and possibly snow. >> gregg: what about the north pole? will santa get out -- >> 100% chance of snow. >> gregg: 100% chance of snow. with rudolph leading the sleigh, as lon as you can get by the abominable snowman... >> he has it covered. >> gregg: get on, now, check that out. thanks very much. >> by, gregg. >> santa and his helpful elf, maria. a man is reunited with anxious relatives just in time for christmas. john hammer spent months in a notorious mexican prison after being arrested for bringing an antique stanley shotgun across the border from the u.s., but, late last night, hammer was fina
in florida. heavy rain in san francisco. showers and mountain snow in the northwest. >> 40s from seattle, albuquerque. 14 in fargo. 23 in the twin cities. 50s in baltimore, new york. and new orleans. and you've got to hand it to these kids. an entire middle school from an area of houston, texas. ♪ do you ever feel like a paper bag through the wind ♪ >> that's katy perry's big hit "fireworks" and the 900 students of the simpson valley middle school. >> the video is the idea of one teacher who worked with these students for three weeks. coriographing the whole thing. the principal gave everyone an hour to get it done on tuesday. >> they got it done in just two takes and say it's a great builder of school spirit. nicely going. >> i want to do one of those flash mob things. we should do a "world news now" flash mob something. >> let's get real. >> ain't enough diet coke in the world to get this staff to do something like that. >> we've got to try. >> like most things on this show, it ain't in the budget. so do some research, get back to me. >>> coming up next, spicing up your holiday spr
, but i also want to bring in from san francisco andria dellendorf who is the chief in making changes at walmart. >> good to be here this morning. >> what sort of gains did walmart workers make with this strike this year? >> well, the most important gain they made is that they proved that it is possible to stand up and speak out against the country's largest employer, and workers have faced low wages. they have faced lack of hours that walmart has been in existence, but it is the first time that walmart workers stood up. walmart threatened they would lose their jobs, but they all walked back in with their heads held high to tem brace of their coworkers so they proved that it is possible to stand up around the low pay and poor working conditions they faced. >> andrea, it feels like walmart is a perfect storm narrative about the current working conditions in the u.s. you have low-wage workers with difficult working conditions. you have consumers who want the low prices that are promised in part by the low wage workers and then you have a full global supply chain which because of our des
your spot either, right? because if you say you're euroed, like what happened to the san francisco 49ers, he's kind of out of a job. >> that's the balance. but that's why it's important that the doctors and trainers are paying attention. you have to take that away from the player. when you're talking about their health and future, you have to take away. they want to be that guy on the field, but someone has to say, no, you're not ready. that's a huge change that has happened in the last 12 years is that those doctors and trainers have stood up more. you want them to stand up a little bit more. but it's clear that player safety is paramount in the nfl right now. >> i wish we had more time to talk about this because then there are the lawsuits and this potentially costing a lot of money. chris draft, i appreciate your time. thank you. >>> it's 19 minutes after the hour. let's get you up to date with the top stories. both sides dropped the gloves. rejecting the latest proposal. there have been cautious optimism to the resolution to the lockout. commissioner says the league still hasn't s
what's best for your baby and your own family. >> and jamie is with us this morning from san francisco. good morning. >> good morning. >> it's been quite a few months for you. the cover was pretty provocative, ease toy say. what has the response been like for you since then in these last few months? >> i don't think that there's been really much difference in our daily lives. we were able to family wellness, because of the "time" cover thatt brought that into the forefront of the media and a realistic view of it as well as advocated for choice rather than i think people have the misconception saying this is a superior way to parent. that's not what we were saying at all. >> you were talking about the passion of parenting. that's what the article was about. >> exactly. >> the cover, though, people said this doesn't reflect attachment parenting. do you feel that the cover was misleading in terms of what was really inside? >> i think that the cover was intentionally provocative and controversial and i think -- and i understand that. and it's unfortunate in our culture sometimes we need pr
it dumped rain and delayed flights in san francisco. the relatively calm weekend elsewhere was a welcome relief for millions of air passengers after a blizzard prompted more than 1,000 canceled flights late last week in the midwest and northeast. aaa estimates more than 93 million americans will travel this holiday season, most by car. for those drivers lucky enough to avoid the snow and the ice, there's some good news. gas prices down to an average of $3.24 a gallon. that's down almost 20 cents in a month. again, here in atlanta it's a soggy start. there are no delays reported at the major airports so far, but again, that could change as that winter storm makes its way east later this week. natalie, back to you. >> gabe gutierrez, thanks so much. >>> of course, the stores will be packed today with last-minute shoppers. mara is braving crowds in herald square in new york. good morning. >> reporter: good moshg. the doors opened the at 7:00 a.m., and stores are opening their door early and offering deep discounts and big deals to try and lure the last-minute shoppers and those procrastinat
growing quick delivery retail segment. joining us from san francisco is tom allason, founder and ceo of shuttle. thanks for being with us. first of all, aren't we getting -- do we really need same-day delivery? why can't i we two days? >> you can wait two days if you want to. our view is sometimes you don't want to. our proposition is just about getting delivery right away. it is letting the consumer get delivery when they wanted which is either right away, within minutes of purchase, are quick as a delivery took us 15 minutes, or one hour window of the shopper's choice, same day or any day and operates 24 hours a day, 365 day as a year and can be offered to the consumer at a comparable price point which often means free. my question would be why wouldn't you want to get your shuttled? dennis: i can walk in a store and buy the product there. it does sound like a compelling pitch. you started this $5 million in funding and is because -- [talking over each other] dennis: they tried to invent their entire network. are you are doing in bidding together a bunch of existing local courier s
expected. you are seeing strength in areas such as san francisco, detroit and phoenix, you are seeing growth there. some experts are saying that the housing recovery we're seeing here is gathering strength. people are starting to believe in the recovery little by little. david: still have a long way to go, though. nicole: right. david: improving a little bit. thank you very much. federal subsidies for wind power are set to expire in a couple of days, december 31st. extending them for one more year would cost 12 billion dollars. this according to the joint committee on taxation, which is a pretty neutral committee. so company, when they went into effect 20 years ago, even the congressman who pushed for them said they should expire, said they should be sunseted and they are nowhere near that happening now. adam: if you believe that the government has a role to help new technology get a foot in the door, then the foot's been in the door for a long time and they keep slamming it on us. david: you bring up a point. the reason why the door keeps getting slammed although the door to the subs
to new orleans. senator dianne feinstein's daughter kathryn at superior court in san francisco, retiring, speculation is rampant she may try to replace her mother in washington. the 55-year-old downplayed the notion in a recent interview that she did say she is open to running for public office. the late senator daniel inouye lying in state on capitol hill. a brief ceremony was held this morning attended by harry reid and others. the rotunda with open to the public at noon but people started to violin, he will lay in state through tomorrow morning. he died monday at the age of 88. that is your west coast minute. dennis: the city of las vegas is on the mend with places like my next guest's casino seeing double-digit booking growth. joining me for this week's on the road is the ceo of the cosmopolitan of las vegas. i got to start with one of the weirdest things about your hotel and that is your tv commercial. they are really different. you have that one where guys are talking and uttering lines from queen. i wonder what kind of audience you are going after with this stuff. >> we set out at
military base in san francisco. in both cases politicians said no. >> congressman representing his district and senator representing his or her state so they want to make sure they are taken care of and that may get in a way of what is best for the nation. >> the federal government is america's biggest landlord, selling 20% of its empty or underperforming buildings would save $2 billion. >> goes through your garage, clear it out and the government is no difference. the scale is a matter of scale. >> the refuse to sell valuable public land adjacent to fast-growing cities and let mining companies take billions in gold and silver for free. without charging royalties like we do for oil and natural gas. selling amtrak could net $60 billion. two taxpayer and utilities, tennessee valley authority and our would bring in more. the commission could oversee the sale to overcome partisan opposition. >> the commission could look at all the federal assets, the side which were the most valuable with the least cost to common good. >> when william was reporting on the federal government gives resources away
a $5 delivery charge? that is what ebay is testing in san francisco right now. jeff abraham, director of local ebay marketplaces. you have done a lot in your short life can be done well with this technology and the company sold to ebay for a few million dollars but now you're pushing this delivery model. why do you think you can go up against the amazon and wal-mart of the world with this new model? >> i think there are a couple of really interesting things to think about with this model. consumers value the ease of use, convenience, time is a really big factor. people are busy these days. haven't bought all these gifts for family and friends, ebay is the perfect twill. you can have it delivered in typically under an hour, which is pretty incredible. we think it is a compelling proposition. cheryl: there has been some missteps in that communication and a $5 charge. i have to wonder how can ebay make money on this? is this some type of deal with the retailers will cut to make a profit here? >> right now it is really a focus on user experience and engagement. we want to make it posssble
this morning, if you're joining us this morning in san francisco, some moderate rain heading in now. and if you're driving interstate 80 from sacramento to tahoe to reno all the way back through nevada, that's a rainy drive. probably one of the rainiest highways in the country. and our friends in hawaii, even they're dealing with some rain and thunderstorms from maui all the way through. so today's forecast for your wednesday, it's still mild for this time of the year especially the southern half of the country. but we've returned to normal in the northern plains. still no snowstorms on the way across the country over the next three to four days. average temperatures to slightly above. if you're dreaming of a white christmas this may be a difficult year to get it on the ground. you're watching "morning joe." [ male announcer ] citi turns 200 this year. in that time there've been some good days. and some difficult ones. but, through it all, we've persevered, supporting some of the biggest ideas in modern history. so why should our anniversary matter to you? because for 200 years, we've been help
stolen. one san francisco security firm estimates that the market this year for stolen cell phones is more than $30 billion. the fcc says that 30% to 40% of robberies in some of the biggest cities involve cell phones. in washington, d.c., they say it's 38%. in san francisco, police say it's nearly 50%. it's difficult to break out the numbers and break it down by brands, but police have confirmed that the best of apple products is a big business. they call it apple pigging. in new york city in september, the nypd reported theft of apple products was up 40% year over year, and they expect that number to rise over the holiday season. how can shoppers figure out if the devices they're buying are legitimate or stolen? apple phones have serial numbers. those can be traced, of course, if a phone was reported lost or stolen. they'll also be blocked from further use. experts actually say if you're buying used online you should ask for the serial number of the product. david? >> thanks very much, jackie. between hurricane sandy in october and the snowstorms out west over the last few days, p
. this was interesting, routing san francisco 42-13. seattle can win the nfc with a win and a san francisco loss next week. the niners are already in the playoffs. and the indianapolis colts and rookie quarterback andrew luck will also going to the playoffs. luck broke the nfl single season rookie record for passing yards yesterday throwing fourth quarter touchdown to lift the colts over the chiefs. as i mentioned, in the most important game of the day, cincinnati earned a playoff spot with a 13-10 win in pittsburgh. this was amazing. ben roth hisberg were just a couple of seconds left threw an interception. cincinnati got it back to where they could kick a field goal. >> can we mention the -- >> i don't know why you would. >> i went to this is games. and it was awful. awful. mackelroy was awful. >> i saw you on tv at the game because you were the only one in the stands at the game. >> it was pretty empty. >> did you get a 50% discount on the tickets? >> i do not. my friend has season tickets. >> oh, man. he's thilg thinki he's thinking what did i -- the giants looked just as bad as the jets. >> you
adviser. he was 85. >> "the san francisco chronicle," publicly voicing concerns over the new film "zero dark thirty." it tells the story of the hunt for osama bin laden and includes several graphic for tour seasons. the senators called the film "grossly inaccurate and misleading." they would. and said "there is a social and moral obligation to get the facts right," which "zero dark thirty" does. no editorial there. mark. >> "usa today," the air force is turning to espn and other video outlets to help manage its grow ing drones. it did not lead to technological breakthroughs but helped them develop new techniques. 325,000 hours of video material. >> and "the providence journal," 20-year-old olivia culpo has been named miss universe beating out contestants from 88 other countries to win the crown. she becomes the first rhode islander to ever win the pageant and the first american to do so since 1997. i called home last night, and i asked my daughter, "what are you watching?" she said, "i'm watching miss universal with mommy." "you mean miss universe?" "no, miss universal." >> the pageant.
's what you need to know about home prices. places like phoenix, san francisco, san jose, denver, very didn't year for home prices. double-digit price increases. phoenix is up 20% on home prices. philly, atlanta, new york, chicago, these places saw either flat or slightly lower home prices over the last year. >> i want to switch gears here in light of what happened in newtown. you've been working really hard on guns. >> i have. i've been looking into the industry. >> a lot of money. >> look, a billion dollar industry. like $3.5 billion in sales. a billion dollars in profit in this industry. fastest growing part of the industry are these tactical rifles. modern hunting rifles. the things like the ar-15 style weapon that was used to kill teachers and children in that school. just a little hint about how pervasive the industry is in our lives. there are more gun dealers in america than there are supermarkets and mcdonald's combined. we buy guns, we have guns, we have the highest number of guns, we have the most gun violence, and the cost of guns, the cdc has tried to figure out how much g
, the weather there. they have done that a little better -- there is a "san -- a san addition francisco bay area. the chicago is still in the works. and texas addition. that is not right -- i'd just said that one. a race that. san francisco, chicago, and one in texas. they are localizing. they can not localize it in many other places. they could do it in atlanta, with in miami. those of you who read the "iht" no it is sometimes localized. the "times" is trying to survive, basically. there are many ways it might survive. they issue, of course, extremely optimistic financial reports -- it will get better and it will get better. that leads me to my final lloydce -- to " northcliffe, who own "of the london times" and "the daily mail," -- somewhere someone is trying to suppress the real story. the rest is advertising. what i try to do in my book is separate the real story from advertising. thank you. [applause] we're going to have a q&a. the c-span person is going to walk around. do not start talking until he gets there. if you want to be on c-span -- you raise your hand. would anybody like to ask me
. [laughter] buddhism and its nonviolent -- the san francisco has been a leader for supporting democracy in burma and in supporting aung san suu kyi. buddhism and its non-violence tradition has been a source of strength for the nonviolent democracy movement in burma. but aung san suu kyi has seen her supporters beaten, tortured and killed. she has never responded with hatred and violence. she has asked only for peaceful dialogue and progress for democracy. she has always believed that the need for democracy for all the people of burma was more important than her personal need. indeed, she made great personal sacrifices in terms of her own family as senator feinstein pointed out. one admirer described her as a seeker, a seoul pilgrim, one that makes her life a vehicle for a deeper awakening to truth. aung san suu kyi walks in the footsteps of her beloved father and the giants of history. for her personal sacrifice, for her inner strength, for her love of burma and its people, and for being an example of strength and courage to the world, today we are proud to honor her with the congressio
in the middle of this enormous sinkhole in lafayette, california, about 20 miles east of san francisco. you can see some of the crews here clearing away the debris. let me explain to you how this happened. there is actually a creek that runs underneath this, or it did. and it basically got clogged and it tore away all the dirt, all the mud, and with it brought down the street. you can see the entire street basically caved in, no traffic going on either side. this is a major inconvenience for the people who live in this neighborhood. you can see one of the things that crews had to do is they had to set up a temporary sewer line. also a temporary water line. this is one of the lines here, they went to extraordinary lengths to make sure that the people in this neighborhood aren't affected in terms of their basic services. now, this was one of the storms that came by, just a couple of days ago, and, of course, more rain is in the forecast. this is really the last thing that people need in this area and throughout the bay area as well. brooke? >> dan, thank you. how about this? you've been putting o
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